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  30 Apr

Cox, Shukla take 11K road titles

Experience had the final say in yesterday's running of the Point Fortin Borough Day 11K Road Race as veteran distance runner Curtis Cox judged his race to perfection to land the victory in a time of 35 minutes and 53 seconds. See article …
Cox, Shukla take 11K road titles Cox, Shukla take 11K road titles
  29 Apr

Jereem Richards: Point Fortin’s pride

WHEN the 2017 London IAAF World Championships began in August last year, only avid track and field fans would have known the name Jereem Richards. However, today, the Point Fortin resident, who attended Point Fortin AC and later started his track career with the Point Fortin New Jets (now the Pt Fortin Civic Centre Jets) is one of the stars of TT track and field and has won multiple medals at major international meets. See article …
Jereem Richards: Point Fortin’s pride Jereem Richards: Point Fortin’s pride
  28 Apr

Jereem to be honoured at Point’s Civic Reception

TRACK and field sprinter Jereem Richards is to be honoured by the Point Fortin Borough Corporation. Richards made Point Fortin, and by extension TT, proud when he won the gold medal in the 200m at the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Australia. See article …
Jereem to be honoured at Point’s Civic Reception Jereem to be honoured at Point’s Civic Reception
  27 Apr

De La Rosa, Charles strike Red River gold

Trinidad and Tobago athletes ­Darion De La Rosa and Shaiann Charles were golden for Wiley College at last weekend's Red River Athletic Conference (RRAC) Outdoor Track and Field Championships, in Texas, USA. See article …
De La Rosa, Charles strike Red River gold De La Rosa, Charles strike Red River gold
  26 Apr

Schools champ wants to be like Keshorn - El Do East student eyes javelin glory

At nine years old, Nathaniel Mathura joined the rest of the world looking in awe as Toco-born Keshorn Walcott stunned the world with a throw of 84.58m to claim gold for this country at the London Olympics. It was also the first time ever that someone from the Western Hemisphere won that event at the Summer Games. See article …
Schools champ wants to be like Keshorn - El Do East student eyes javelin glory Schools champ wants to be like Keshorn - El Do East student eyes javelin glory
  26 Apr

Alexander, Lewis golden

Ayanna Alexander struck gold in the women's triple jump at the Gallaudet Invite in Washington, DC, USA, last Saturday. The Trinidad and Tobago athlete disturbed the sand at 13.20 metres. See article …
Alexander, Lewis golden Alexander, Lewis golden
  26 Apr

JEHUE FINDING HIS FEET AGAIN - PBs for Portious in Alabama

Jehue Gordon is finding his feet again. The Trinidad and Tobago track star clocked 50.60 seconds to win the men's invitational 400 metres hurdles "B" race at the Mt. SAC Relays in California, USA, on Saturday. The clocking was his fastest in 20 months, and a positive sign as the US-based athlete bids to regain the form that earned him the world title in 2013. See article …
JEHUE FINDING HIS FEET AGAIN - PBs for Portious in Alabama JEHUE FINDING HIS FEET AGAIN - PBs for Portious in Alabama
  23 Apr

McKnight, Brooks cop silver in Grenada Invi - Gordon grabs gold in 200m B race

Sparkle McKnight,Alena Brooks and Lalonde Gordon each had success at the second annual Grenada Invitational on Saturday night at the Kirani James Athletics Stadium in St George's. See article …
McKnight, Brooks cop silver in Grenada Invi - Gordon grabs gold in 200m B race 2McKnight, Brooks cop silver in Grenada Invi - Gordon grabs gold in 200m B race
  23 Apr

Brooks, McKnight bag Grenada silver

Alena Brooks followed up on her national record run at the Commonwealth Games with a runner-up finish at the 2018 Grenada Invitational at the Kirani James Athletic Stadium in St George's, Grenada, late on Saturday. See article …
Brooks, McKnight bag Grenada silver Brooks, McKnight bag Grenada silver
  22 Apr

Brooks, McKnight take silver at Grenada Invitational

ALENA Brooks and Sparkle McKnight both claimed silver medals at the 2018 Grenada Invitational Meet in St George's, Grenada, yesterday. See article …
Brooks, McKnight take silver at Grenada Invitational Brooks, McKnight take silver at Grenada Invitational
  22 Apr

Smith wins Health 5k race

George Smith of the Defence Force won the Health For All 5K race on April 14 and held by San Fernando East MP Randall Mitchell in conjunction with AIM Fitness. Randall Mitchell, the Tourism Minister started the race which started and finished at the Pleasantville Community Centre, San Fernando. See article …
Smith wins Health 5k race Smith wins Health 5k race
  21 Apr

McKnight to compete at Grenada Invitational

SPARKLE McKnight is among five TT track and field athletes listed to compete in today's Grenada Invitational, at the Kirani James Athletics Stadium, St George's.  See article …
McKnight to compete at Grenada Invitational McKnight to compete at Grenada Invitational
  21 Apr

Toco retains school title - Bascombe, Fox strike triple track championship gold

Shaniqua Bascombe of St James Secondary School and Point Fortin West Secondary's Natasha Fox were the outstanding girls' athletes each winning three gold medals at the Secondary Schools Track and Field Championships that was hosted by T&T Secondary Schools Track and Field Association (TTSSTFA) at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo yesterday and Thursday. See article …
Toco retains school title - Bascombe, Fox strike triple track championship gold Toco retains school title - Bascombe, Fox strike triple track championship gold
  20 Apr

CARIFTA athletes dominate Day I of schools track and field

TT CARIFTA athletes, including Rae Ann Serville and Natasha Fox, showed their dominance on the opening day of the Secondary Schools Track and Field Championships at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo, yesterday. See article …
CARIFTA athletes dominate Day I of schools track and field CARIFTA athletes dominate Day I of schools track and field
  20 Apr

Toco crowned Secondary Schools track and field champs

TOCO Secondary swept all the titles when the Secondary Schools Track and Field Championships concluded at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo, yesterday. See article …
Toco crowned Secondary Schools track and field champs Toco crowned Secondary Schools track and field champs
  19 Apr

Carifta stars Bascombe, Wallace, Rogers on show

Carifta medallists Shaniqua Bascombe, Caliyah Wallace and Joanna Rogers will be on show at the Secondary Schools Track and Field Championships which starts today at 10 am at Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo. See article …
Carifta stars Bascombe, Wallace, Rogers on show Carifta stars Bascombe, Wallace, Rogers on show
  18 Apr

Lewis: Ahye’s not a hypocrite - TTOC boss defends Commonwealth champion

BRIAN LEWIS, president of the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC), has praised the commitment and determination of 2018 Commonwealth Games 100-metre sprint queen Michelle-Lee Ahye, in the face of attacks on her locally. See article …
Lewis: Ahye’s not a hypocrite - TTOC boss defends Commonwealth champion Lewis: Ahye’s not a hypocrite - TTOC boss defends Commonwealth champion
  18 Apr

Champs Toco ready for title defence - Horsford leads Signal Hill challenge

Defending champions Toco Secondary will be aiming to retain the overall title at the Secondary Schools Track and Field Championships being hosted by the T&T Secondary Schools Track and Field Association (TTSSTFA) at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo tomorrow and Friday. See article …
Champs Toco ready for title defence - Horsford leads Signal Hill challenge Champs Toco ready for title defence - Horsford leads Signal Hill challenge
  17 Apr

TTOC president encouraged

Encouraging. That is how Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee president Brian Lewis described Team TTO's performance at the recently concluded Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia. See article …
TTOC president encouraged TTOC president encouraged
  16 Apr

Nero crosses 14th

T&T's top international women's distance runner Tonya Nero finished a creditable 14th in the 26.2 miles Commonwealth Games women's marathon event on the last day of competition out at the Gold Coast, Australia yesterday. See article …
Nero crosses 14th Nero crosses 14th
  16 Apr

GREAT SATISFACTION

Trinidad and Tobago's showing at the 2018 Commonwealth Games here in Gold Coast, Australia gave chef de mission Diane Henderson a "great sense of satisfaction". Team TTO ended the Games with two gold medals and one silver to earn 18th spot on the medal table. See article …
GREAT SATISFACTION GREAT SATISFACTION
  16 Apr

Michelle-Lee Ahye historical feat

Michelle-Lee Ahye historic win in the 100m in 11.14 seconds at the 2018 Commonwealth Games which concluded at the Gold Coast, Australia, yesterday, is testimony of the benefits of hard work, discipline and perseverance on her part and work of her coach and support staff. See article …
Michelle-Lee Ahye historical feat Michelle-Lee Ahye historical feat
  16 Apr

NERO BEATS HEAT - Trinidad and Tobago 18th on medal table

Tonya Nero overcame the sweltering heat here in Gold Coast, Australia, yesterday, to complete the 2018 Commonwealth Games women's marathon. The Trinidad and Tobago athlete crossed the finish line at Southport Broadwater Parklands in two hours, 55 minutes, 14 seconds to secure 14th spot in the 26.2-mile race. See article …
NERO BEATS HEAT - Trinidad and Tobago 18th on medal table NERO BEATS HEAT - Trinidad and Tobago 18th on medal table
  15 Apr

Putting country first

Basking in the golden glow of the triumphs of Michelle-Lee Ahye and Jereem Richards on the track or savouring the silver lining provided by Dylan Carter in the pool at the Commonwealth Games doesn't mean ignoring the issue which appears to have divided public opinion before, during and now immediately after the conclusion of the multi-sport meet on Australia's Gold Coast. See article …
Putting country first Putting country first
  15 Apr

TT contingent return home with gold,silver but – No relay medals for men and women

Trinidad and Tobago did not add to their medal tally yesterday as both the women's 4x100-metres and men's 4x400-metre relay teams placed fourth in their respective finals at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games 2018, at the Carrara Stadium, Australia. See article …
TT contingent return home with gold,silver but – No relay medals for men and women TT contingent return home with gold,silver but – No relay medals for men and women
  15 Apr

WE GAVE ALL - Relay teams finish fourth in 4 x 400, 4 x 100

Jereem "The Dream" Richards will carry the Trinidad and Tobago flag at the 2018 Commonwealth Games closing ceremony at the Carrara Stadium here in Gold Coast, Australia, this morning (TT time). The honour is fitting for a man who has flown the "Red, White and Black" with distinction, striking gold in Thursday's men's 200 metres final. See article …
WE GAVE ALL - Relay teams finish fourth in 4 x 400, 4 x 100 WE GAVE ALL - Relay teams finish fourth in 4 x 400, 4 x 100
  15 Apr

Relay men, women 4th - Waithe disappointed with 7th place

As the curtain comes down on the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games in Australia, T&T's athletes recorded two fourth place finishes in the relay events at the Carrara Stadium yesterday. See article …
Relay men, women 4th - Waithe disappointed with 7th place Relay men, women 4th - Waithe disappointed with 7th place
  15 Apr

Quow, Gordon top THA 2017 Sport Awards

QUARTERMILERS Lalonde Gordon and Renny Quow were both named Sportsmen of the Year named on Thursday night when the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) held its 2017 Sport Awards ceremony at the Magdalena Grand Beach and Golf Resort in Lowlands, Tobago. See article …
Quow, Gordon top THA 2017 Sport Awards Quow, Gordon top THA 2017 Sport Awards
  14 Apr

BOREL MISSES HISTORY

Cleopatra Borel came agonisingly close to completing another chapter of Commonwealth Games history in Gold Coast, Australia, yesterday. Joint-first with Edwin Roberts on the list of Trinidad and Tobago's multiple individual Commonwealth Games medallists with three items of precious metal each, Borel looked on course to secure number four in the Gold Coast 2018 women's shot put final. See article …
BOREL MISSES HISTORY BOREL MISSES HISTORY
  14 Apr

Borel loses bronze on last throw

It was just not to be for Cleopatra Borel yesterday, as she missed out on a medal in the women's shot put final at the Commonwealth Games here in Australia. See article …
Borel loses bronze on last throw Borel loses bronze on last throw
  14 Apr

Borel fourth in women’s shot put final

VETERAN CLEOPATRA Borel finished fourth in the women's shot put final yesterday, as the 2018 Commonwealth Games continued at the Gold Coast, Australia. See article …
Borel fourth in women’s shot put final Borel fourth in women’s shot put final
  14 Apr

Still dreaming Jereem savours podium moment

For the second time in four days, the sweet sounds of steelpan filled the Carrara Stadium here in Gold Coast, Australia. On Friday evening, the national anthem was played during the men's 200 metres medal ceremony, and Jereem "The Dream" Richards basked in the moment. See article …
Still dreaming Jereem savours podium moment Still dreaming Jereem savours podium moment
  13 Apr

‘THE DREAM’ DELIVERS GOLD - England’s Hughes disqualified for lane violation

Jereem "The Dream" Richards won his first Commonwealth Games gold medal and in controversial fashion too. The Point Fortin native gave T&T its second gold medal of the Games after he was adjudged to have won the men's 200 metres final after Zharnel Hughes of England was disqualified... See article …
‘THE DREAM’ DELIVERS GOLD - England’s Hughes disqualified for lane violation ‘THE DREAM’ DELIVERS GOLD - England’s Hughes disqualified for lane violation
  13 Apr

Richards cop second Commonwealth gold for TT

JEREEM RICHARDS copped the second gold medal for Trinidad and Tobago at the 2018 Commonwealth Games, at the Gold Coast, Australia yesterday. See article …
Richards cop second Commonwealth gold for TT Richards cop second Commonwealth gold for TT
  13 Apr

Richards gives Point golden smile - Residents want Mahaica Oval, Coronation Park repair

Ecstatic over Jereem "The Dream" Richards' gold medal at yesterday's 200-metre sprint final at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games in Australia, Point Fortin residents are calling on Government to honour their hero by improving on the dilapidated and incomplete sporting facilities in their borough. See article …
Richards gives Point golden smile - Residents want Mahaica Oval, Coronation Park repair Richards gives Point golden smile - Residents want Mahaica Oval, Coronation Park repair
  13 Apr

Two well-deserved gold medals for T&T

Jereem Richards has achieved a remarkable feat again as he battled his way towards the finish line of the 200 metres final to land precious gold for T&T. See article …
Two well-deserved gold medals for T&T Two well-deserved gold medals for T&T
  12 Apr

Daniel urges Ahye to reconsider relay decision

FORMER NATIONAL quarter-miler Alvin Daniel is urging Commonwealth Games women's 100-metre champion Michelle-Lee Ahye to reconsider her decision to opt out of the women's 4x100m relay team. See article …
Daniel urges Ahye to reconsider relay decision Daniel urges Ahye to reconsider relay decision
  12 Apr

TTOC $$ for Commonwealth stars

Jereem Richards, Michelle-Lee Ahye and swimmer Dylan Carter are all set to collect thousands of US dollars under the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) Medal Bonus initiative for their exploits at the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games in Australia. See article …
TTOC $$ for Commonwealth stars TTOC $$ for Commonwealth stars
  12 Apr

TT quartet in Commonwealth medal quests today

JEREEM RICHARDS will lead a TT quartet, vying for track and field medals today, at the Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia. See article …
TT quartet in Commonwealth medal quests today TT quartet in Commonwealth medal quests today
  12 Apr

RICHARDS HUNTS GOLD COAST GOLD - Greaux, Hackett and McKnight are ready

History beckons this morning from 7.56 am (TT time) in the men's 200 metres final at the Commonwealth Games in Australia, as T&T's 2017 World Championships bronze medallist in the 200 metres, Jereem Richards and Kyle Greaux for the first time, will line up in the medal race. See article …
RICHARDS HUNTS GOLD COAST GOLD - Greaux, Hackett and McKnight are ready RICHARDS HUNTS GOLD COAST GOLD - Greaux, Hackett and McKnight are ready
  12 Apr

Jereem wins gold in controversial finish

TT got its second gold medal and third medal at the Commonwealth Games after Jereem Richards clocked 20.12 seconds in a photo finish with England's Zharnel Hughes at Carrara Stadium in the Gold Coast Australia. See article …
Jereem wins gold in controversial finish Jereem wins gold in controversial finish
  12 Apr

Is Michelle in or out 4x100m relays?

There is still a possibility that Michelle-Lee Ahye will feature for T&T in the women's 4x100 metres relay at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games in Australia. See article …
Is Michelle in or out 4x100m relays? Is Michelle in or out 4x100m relays?
  12 Apr

Consolation record for Brooks

Alena Brooks was at her best at the Carrara Stadium here in Gold Coast, Australia, yesterday, running the race of her life to break a 13-year-old national record. The Trinidad and Tobago half-miler clocked two minutes, 01.81 seconds to finish fifth in heat three in the Commonwealth Games women's 800 metres qualifying round. See article …
Consolation record for Brooks Consolation record for Brooks
  11 Apr

HIGH FLYING AHYE

There was a rare sighting at the Carrara Stadium here in Gold Coast, Australia, yesterday. A Trinidad and Tobago athlete stood at the top of a Commonwealth Games podium, while the Red, White and Black was raised to the top of the tallest of three flagpoles, and a melodious rendition of "Forged from the Love of Liberty" on pan blared from the stadium speakers. See article …
HIGH FLYING AHYE HIGH FLYING AHYE
  11 Apr

FIVE 200M RACES FOR T&T TODAY

There is a breath of fresh air blowing through the T&T camp out at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games in Australia and it continued yesterday as Jereem Richards made his first appearance at the event with victory in his preliminary 200 metres heat in which he record a time of 20.33 seconds to advance to today's semifinals, carded for 7.06 am (TT time). See article …
FIVE 200M RACES FOR T&T TODAY FIVE 200M RACES FOR T&T TODAY
  11 Apr

PM praises Ahye on 100m victory

On behalf of the Government of the Republic of T&T, I wish to offer heartfelt congratulations to Michelle-Lee Ahye on her well-deserved victory on Monday in the 100m women's final at the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Australia. See article …
PM praises Ahye on 100m victory PM praises Ahye on 100m victory
  11 Apr

Jereem cops Commonwealth Games 200m gold for T&T

Jereem "The Dream" Richards captured Trinidad and Tobago's second gold medal at the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia in dramatic fashion on Thursday, when England's Zharnel Hughes was disqualified for impeding his rival in the final stage of the men's 200 metres event. See article …
Jereem cops Commonwealth Games 200m gold for T&T Jereem cops Commonwealth Games 200m gold for T&T
  11 Apr

Richards speeds to men’s 200m semis

JEREEM RICHARDS, the bronze medallist at last year's IAAF World Championships in London, England, advanced to today's semi-final round of the men's 200-metre semi-finals, as the 2018 Commonwealth Games continued yesterday at the Gold Coast, Australia. See article …
Richards speeds to men’s 200m semis Richards speeds to men’s 200m semis
  11 Apr

JEREEM TARGETS TEN Greaux, Hackett, McKnight also in medal hunt

Trinidad and Tobago's Commonwealth Games all-time gold medal tally could hit double figures at the end of the men's 200 metres final, at the Carrara Stadium here in Gold Coast, Australia, this morning (TT time). See article …
JEREEM TARGETS TEN - Greaux, Hackett, McKnight also in medal hunt JEREEM TARGETS TEN - Greaux, Hackett, McKnight also in medal hunt
  10 Apr

From brass to gold

What Josanne Lucas started, Michelle-Lee Ahye is carrying on. Monday night in the Gold Coast, Ahye raised the bronze bar Lucas had established at the 2009 World Championships in Berlin, to gold. See article …
From brass to gold From brass to gold
  10 Apr

Ahye golden in Commonwealth 100m final

Trinidad and Tobago's Michelle Lee Ahye won this country's first gold medal at the Commonwealth Games this morning with a stunning performance in the Women's 100m final at the Carrara Stadium, Gold Coast, Australia.  See article …
Ahye golden in Commonwealth 100m final Ahye golden in Commonwealth 100m final
  10 Apr

AHYE’S GOLD COAST GOLD

There was a "Roar" and with it came Michelle-Lee Ahye, who soared above all in winning the Commonwealth Games Women's 100 metres title in Gold Coast, Australia, yesterday. See article …
AHYE’S GOLD COAST GOLD AHYE’S GOLD COAST GOLD
  10 Apr

Mom: Ahye’s gold for the nation’s youths - Historic birthday for TT sprinter

MICHELLE-LEE Ahye sprinted into the history books yesterday, winning this country's first ever women's gold medal at the Commonwealth Games, currently being held at the Gold Coast in Australia. See article …
Mom: Ahye’s gold for the nation’s youths - Historic birthday for TT sprinter Mom: Ahye’s gold for the nation’s youths - Historic birthday for TT sprinter
  10 Apr

Boldon sends Ahye golden congrats

As Michelle-Lee Ahye wrote her name into the history books by becoming the first woman from T&T to win a gold medal in track at the Commonwealth Games, four-time Olympic medallist Ato Boldon told Guardian Media Sports, it was a proud and great day for the sport in this country. See article …
Boldon sends Ahye golden congrats Boldon sends Ahye golden congrats
  10 Apr

Jereem cruises: Greaux in 200 Semis too

Jereem "The Dream" Richards looks set to challenge for the men's 200 metres title at the 2018 Commonwealth Games here in Gold Coast, Australia. In yesterday's opening round, the 2017 IAAF World Championship half-lap bronze medallist cruised to victory in heat five in 20.33 seconds to lead all qualifiers into today's semifinal round. See article …
Jereem cruises: Greaux in 200 Semis too Jereem cruises: Greaux in 200 Semis too
  10 Apr

World Para champ Stewart struggles at shot put final

AKEEM STEWART, the World Para Athletic Championships shot put gold medallist, had a tough time at yesterday's Commonwealth Games shot put final, at the Carrara Stadium, Gold Coast, Australia. See article …
World Para champ Stewart struggles at shot put final World Para champ Stewart struggles at shot put final
  09 Apr

Ahye, St Fort, Thomas in sprint final

Michelle-Lee Ahye, with her electric stride and flaming red hair, yesterday cruised into the Women 100 metres final carded for today at 7.50 am (TT time) at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games in Australia. See article …
Ahye, St Fort, Thomas in sprint final Ahye, St Fort, Thomas in sprint final
  09 Apr

Three TT women in 100m final

MICHELLE-LEE Ahye, Reyare Thomas and Khalifa St Fort will line up today, from 7.50 am (TT time) in the women's 100-metre final, at the 2018 Commonwealth Games, currently taking place in the Gold Coast, Australia. See article …
Three TT women in 100m final Three TT women in 100m final
  08 Apr

Ahye leads T&T charge into 100 final

Michelle-Lee Ahye, Reyare Thomas and Khalifa St Fort face the starter at 7.50 this morning (T&T time) in the Commonwealth Games women's 100 metres final here in Gold Coast, Australia. See article …
Ahye leads T&T charge into 100 final Ahye leads T&T charge into 100 final
  07 Apr

Romany, Francis trick them in Peps 5k

It was a close race to the finish in the first PEPS International 5K on Easter Sunday (April 1) but Nicholas Romany had enough in him to hold off Shurlun Williams to claim the men's title. See article …
Romany, Francis trick them in Peps 5k Romany, Francis trick them in Peps 5k
  05 Apr

Horsford eager to master heavier javelin - Javelin champ eyes one more CARIFTA gold…

TYRIQ HORSFORD is eyeing more success in 2018 after winning his fourth gold medal at the CARIFTA Track and Field Championships which recently concluded in Nassau, Bahamas. See article …
Horsford eager to master heavier javelin - Javelin champ eyes one more CARIFTA gold… Horsford eager to master heavier javelin - Javelin champ eyes one more CARIFTA gold…
  05 Apr

T&T’S CARNIVAL HIGHLIGHTS COLOURFUL OPENING

Oh what a night! Opening night of the 21st Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia was fantastic for many reasons, not least because the local contingent was able to show off the uniquely flavoured T&T culture. See article …
T&T’S CARNIVAL HIGHLIGHTS COLOURFUL OPENING T&T’S CARNIVAL HIGHLIGHTS COLOURFUL OPENING
  04 Apr

3 Gold,1 Bronze at CARIFTA - Tobago’s Zenith enjoy javelin success:

COACH Gerard Franklyn said it is great that young TT javelin athletes have a role model in Keshorn Walcott, saying the 2012 Olympic javelin gold medallist may be having an impact on the young athletes especially Tyriq Horsford.  See article …
3 Gold,1 Bronze at CARIFTA - Tobago’s Zenith enjoy javelin success: 3 Gold,1 Bronze at CARIFTA - Tobago’s Zenith enjoy javelin success:
  04 Apr

T&T finishes 3rd at Carifta Games - Boldon’s sprinter Williams wins Austin Sealy Award

T&T hauled in its largest number of medals on the final day of the 47th Carifta Games in Nassau, Bahamas, claiming seven on Monday to tally 17 overall, four gold, six silver and seven bronze, to finish third on the medal table. Jamaica topped with 82 (44 gold/27 silver/11 bronze) and Bahamas was second with 35 (six gold/14 silver/15 bronze). See article …
T&T finishes 3rd at Carifta Games - Boldon’s sprinter Williams wins Austin Sealy Award T&T finishes 3rd at Carifta Games - Boldon’s sprinter Williams wins Austin Sealy Award
  03 Apr

CEDENIO MOTIVATED - Nero ready for Commonwealth marathon

Machel Cedenio is a motivated athlete as he fine-tunes his preparations ahead of the Commonwealth Games here in Gold Coast, Australia. The 22-year-old Trinidad and Tobago athlete is listed for action in the men's 400 metres and 4x400m events. See article …
CEDENIO MOTIVATED - Nero ready for Commonwealth marathon CEDENIO MOTIVATED - Nero ready for Commonwealth marathon
  03 Apr

T&T end third on Carifta table

Trinidad and Tobago's junior track and field athletes could not repeat their runners-up feat of last year as they finished third at this year's edition of the Flow Carifta Games in the Bahamas. See article …
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  04 Apr

HORSFORD, MURRAY GET JAVELIN GOLD

Tyriq Horsford continued his brilliance in the javelin event and predictably won his fourth gold medal in a row at the Flow Carifta Games at the Thomas A Robinson National Stadium in Nassau, Bahamas on Sunday evening. See article …
HORSFORD, MURRAY GET JAVELIN GOLD HORSFORD, MURRAY GET JAVELIN GOLD
  03 Apr

Murray, Horsford cop javelin gold for TT

TALENA Murray and Tyriq Horsford both won gold for Trinidad and Tobago in their respective javelin events when action in the 2018 Flow CARIFTA Track and Field Championships continued at the Thomas A Robinson National Stadium in Bahamas. See article …
Murray, Horsford cop javelin gold for TT Murray, Horsford cop javelin gold for TT
  03 Apr

FLAGBEARER AHYE - Chef-de-mission has high expectations for Team TTO

Michelle-Lee Ahye will enter the Carrara Stadium here in Gold Coast, Australia this morning, carrying the Red, White and Black. The honour of being Trinidad and Tobago's flagbearer at the 2018 Commonwealth Games opening ceremony... See article …
FLAGBEARER AHYE - Chef-de-mission has high expectations for Team TTO FLAGBEARER AHYE - Chef-de-mission has high expectations for Team TTO
  02 Apr

Smith upgraded to gold

In less than 24-hours Avindale Smith had his silver medal won in the boys under-17 400 metres contest upgraded to gold after the judges found that Barbadian Kyle Gale, who won the race had violated rule 163.3 during the final on Friday afternoon at the Carifta Games in Nassau, Bahamas. See article …
Smith upgraded to gold Smith upgraded to gold
  02 Apr

Richards earns 400m hurdles bronze

PATRICE Richards earned another bronze medal for TT when the 2018 Flow Carifta Games continued at the Thomas Robinson Stadium in Bahamas, yesterday. See article …
Richards earns 400m hurdles bronze Richards earns 400m hurdles bronze
  01 Apr

VEYON GOLDEN FOR T&T

Field athlete Veayon Joseph gave T&T its first gold medal of the 47th Flow Carifta Games when he captured the boys Under-17 javelin top spot with a throw of 55.92 metres at the Thomas A Robinson National Stadium in the Bahamas yesterday afternoon. See article …
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